Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came to be at the Clock Tower Sanctuary
For the first time since moving to Brighton 6 years prior, my working week enabled me to fulfil my desire to do some volunteer work. I began volunteering with The Clock Tower Sanctuary already highly aware of their positive reputation and was pleased to discover for myself what an excellent service it is. After 16 months of volunteering, and many delicious meals in the centre, an opportunity arose to become part of the team as one of the Duty Coordinators and I jumped at the chance.
What do you like most about working at the Clock Tower Sanctuary?
Interacting with the young people who access the service is a real pleasure. You never know exactly how the day will pan out but you always know that you will leave at the end of the day having had some good laughs and interesting conversations – occasionally with a game of table tennis thrown in too!
What’s your favourite tea time treat?
It’s black coffee for me and with any sort of biscuit or cake that I can get my hands on.